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The North Korean Army invade South Korea on June 25, 1950.






Men of the 24th Infantry Regiment move up to the firing line in Korea. Photo taken  07/18/1950. (National Archives)
Men of the 24th Infantry Regiment move up to the firing line in Korea. Photo taken 07/18/1950.





Wounded American soldiers are given medical treatment at a first aid station, somewhere in Korea. Photo taken  07/25/1950. (National Archives)
Wounded American soldiers are given medical treatment at a first aid station, somewhere in Korea. Photo taken 07/25/1950.





A grief stricken American infantryman whose buddy has been killed in action is comforted by another soldier. In the background a corpsman methodically fills out casualty tags, Haktong-ni area, Korea. Photo taken  08/28/1950. (National Archives)
A grief stricken American infantryman whose buddy has been killed in action is comforted by another soldier. In the background a corpsman methodically fills out casualty tags, Haktong-ni area, Korea. Photo taken 08/28/1950.





During South Korean evacuation of Suwon Airfield, a 37mm anti-tank gun is hauled out of the area for repairs, by a weapons carrier. Photo taken  mid-1950. (National Archives)
During South Korean evacuation of Suwon Airfield, a 37mm anti-tank gun is hauled out of the area for repairs, by a weapons carrier. Photo taken mid-1950.





A private in the U.S. 27th Regiment, takes a much deserved rest during his evacuation to Pusan, Korea, on a hospital train. He was wounded by enemy mortar fire on front lines. Photo taken  07/29/1950. (National Archives)
A private in the U.S. 27th Regiment, takes a much deserved rest during his evacuation to Pusan, Korea, on a hospital train. He was wounded by enemy mortar fire on front lines. Photo taken 07/29/1950.





Fresh and eager U.S. Marine troops, newly-arrived at the vital southern supply port of Pusan, are shown prior to moving up to the front lines. Photo taken  08/1950. (National Archives)
Fresh and eager U.S. Marine troops, newly-arrived at the vital southern supply port of Pusan, are shown prior to moving up to the front lines. Photo taken 08/1950.





Invasion of Inchon, Korea. Four LST's unload men and equipment on beach. Three of the LST's shown are LST-611, LST-745, and LST-715. Photo taken  09/15/1950. (National Archives)
Invasion of Inchon, Korea. Four LST's unload men and equipment on beach. Three of the LST's shown are LST-611, LST-745, and LST-715. Photo taken 09/15/1950.





Brigadier General Courtney Whitney; General Douglas MacArthur, Commander in Chief of U.N. Forces; and Major General Edward Almond, observe the shelling of Inchon from the U.S.S. Mt. McKinley, September 15, 1950.   (National Archives)
Brigadier General Courtney Whitney; General Douglas MacArthur, Commander in Chief of U.N. Forces; and Major General Edward Almond, observe the shelling of Inchon from the U.S.S. Mt. McKinley, September 15, 1950.





As against The Shores of Tripoli in the Marine Hymn, Leathernecks use scaling ladders to storm ashore at Inchon in amphibious invasion September 15, 1950. The attack was so swift that casualties were surprisingly low.  (National Archives)
As against The Shores of Tripoli in the Marine Hymn, Leathernecks use scaling ladders to storm ashore at Inchon in amphibious invasion September 15, 1950. The attack was so swift that casualties were surprisingly low.





Carrying scaling ladders, U.S. Marines in landing crafts head for the seawall at Inchon. Photo taken  09/15/1950. (National Archives)
Carrying scaling ladders, U.S. Marines in landing crafts head for the seawall at Inchon. Photo taken 09/15/1950.





United Nations troops fighting in the streets of Seoul, Korea. Photo taken 09/20/1950.  (National Archives)
United Nations troops fighting in the streets of Seoul, Korea. Photo taken 09/20/1950.





Marine Private First Class Luther Leguire raises U.S. Flag at American consulate in Seoul, while fighting for the city raged around the compound. Photo taken  09/27/1950. (National Archives)
Marine Private First Class Luther Leguire raises U.S. Flag at American consulate in Seoul, while fighting for the city raged around the compound. Photo taken 09/27/1950.





The wreckage of a bridge and North Korean Communist tank south of Suwon, Korea. The tank was caught on a bridge and put out of action by the Air Force. Photo taken  10/07/1950. (National Archives)
The wreckage of a bridge and North Korean Communist tank south of Suwon, Korea. The tank was caught on a bridge and put out of action by the Air Force. Photo taken 10/07/1950.





Scene of war damage in residential section of Seoul, Korea. The capitol building can be seen in the background (right). Photo taken 10/18/1950.  (National Archives)
Scene of war damage in residential section of Seoul, Korea. The capitol building can be seen in the background (right). Photo taken 10/18/1950.





Officers and men of the 62nd Engineers stand in front of the first train to cross the new railroad bridge which they built across the Han River at Seoul, Korea. Photo taken  10/19/1950. (National Archives)
Officers and men of the 62nd Engineers stand in front of the first train to cross the new railroad bridge which they built across the Han River at Seoul, Korea. Photo taken 10/19/1950.




A 16-inch salvo from the USS Missouri at Chong Jin, Korea, in effort to cut Northern Korean communications. Chong Jin is only 39 miles from the border of China. Photo taken 10/21/195. (National Archives)
A 16-inch salvo from the USS Missouri at Chong Jin, Korea, in effort to cut Northern Korean communications. Chong Jin is only 39 miles from the border of China. Photo taken 10/21/195.





Audience reaction to the Bob Hope show at Seoul, Korea. Photo taken  10/23/1950. (National Archives)
Audience reaction to the Bob Hope show at Seoul, Korea. Photo taken 10/23/1950.





The Honorable S. Y. Lee, Vice President of South Korea, leads cheers at the close of the United Nations Day ceremony at Seoul. Photo taken  10/24/1950. (National Archives)
The Honorable S. Y. Lee, Vice President of South Korea, leads cheers at the close of the United Nations Day ceremony at Seoul. Photo taken 10/24/1950.





Korean women and children search the rubble of Seoul for anything that can be used or burned as fuel. Photo taken  11/01/1950. (National Archives)
Korean women and children search the rubble of Seoul for anything that can be used or burned as fuel. Photo taken 11/01/1950.





An aged Korean woman pauses in her search for salvageable materials among the ruins of Seoul, Korea. Photo taken  11/01/1950. (National Archives)
An aged Korean woman pauses in her search for salvageable materials among the ruins of Seoul, Korea. Photo taken 11/01/1950.





Miss Mo Yun Sook, famed Korean poetess, is telling how she escaped the Communist-led North Koreans when they captured Seoul, by hiding in the mountains until the United Nations forces liberated the city.  Photo taken  11/08/1950. (National Archives)
Miss Mo Yun Sook, famed Korean poetess, is telling how she escaped the Communist-led North Koreans when they captured Seoul, by hiding in the mountains until the United Nations forces liberated the city. Photo taken 11/08/1950.





Homeless, this brother and sister search empty cans for morsels of food, and try to keep warm beside a small fire in the Seoul, Korea, railroad yards. Photo taken  11/17/1950. (National Archives)
Homeless, this brother and sister search empty cans for morsels of food, and try to keep warm beside a small fire in the Seoul, Korea, railroad yards. Photo taken 11/17/1950.




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Astonished Marines of the 5th and 7th Regiments, who hurled back a surprise onslaught by three Chinese communist divisions, hear that they are to withdraw! Hagaru-ri, near Chosin Reservoir.  Photo taken  ca.12/1950. (National Archives)
Astonished Marines of the 5th and 7th Regiments, who hurled back a surprise onslaught by three Chinese communist divisions, hear that they are to withdraw! Hagaru-ri, near Chosin Reservoir. Photo taken ca.12/1950.





Corporal sounds Taps over the graves of fallen Leathernecks during memorial services at the First Marine Division cemetery at Hungnam, following the division's heroic break-out from Chosin Reservoir.  Photo taken  12/13/1950. (National Archives)
Corporal sounds Taps over the graves of fallen Leathernecks during memorial services at the First Marine Division cemetery at Hungnam, following the division's heroic break-out from Chosin Reservoir. Photo taken 12/13/1950.





Marines of the First Marine Division pay their respects to fallen buddies during memorial services at the division's cemetery at Hamhung, Korea, following the break-out from Chosin Reservoir. Photo taken  12/13/1950. (National Archives)
Marines of the First Marine Division pay their respects to fallen buddies during memorial services at the division's cemetery at Hamhung, Korea, following the break-out from Chosin Reservoir. Photo taken 12/13/1950.





These frostbite casualties of the embattled First Marine Division and Seventh Infantry Division who linked up in the Chosin Reservoir area in a desperate attempt to break out of Communist encirclement wait with set expressions on their faces for pickup by planes of the U.S. Air Force Far East Combat Cargo Command . Incoming aircraft carried supplies, rations, and ammunition to troops. Photo taken  ca.12/1950. (National Archives)
These frostbite casualties of the embattled First Marine Division and Seventh Infantry Division who linked up in the Chosin Reservoir area in a desperate attempt to break out of Communist encirclement wait with set expressions on their faces for pickup by planes of the U.S. Air Force Far East Combat Cargo Command . Incoming aircraft carried supplies, rations, and ammunition to troops. Photo taken ca.12/1950.





These men of the Heavy Mortar Company, 7th Infantry Regiment are cooking rice in their foxhole in the Kagae-dong area, Korea. Photo taken  12/07/1950. (National Archives)
These men of the Heavy Mortar Company, 7th Infantry Regiment are cooking rice in their foxhole in the Kagae-dong area, Korea. Photo taken 12/07/1950.





BITTER COLD, BITTER FIGHT. Showing the brutal combat conditions during the first winter months of the Korean War.  Photo taken  ca.12/1950. (National Archives)
BITTER COLD, BITTER FIGHT. Showing the brutal combat conditions during the first winter months of the Korean War. Photo taken ca.12/1950.





Supplies and equipment are also evacuated from the onslaught of the Communist Forces bearing down on Hungnam, Korea. Photo taken  12/11/1950. (National Archives)
Supplies and equipment are also evacuated from the onslaught of the Communist Forces bearing down on Hungnam, Korea. Photo taken 12/11/1950.





Jacob A. Malik, representative on the Soviet Union on the United Nations Security Council, raises his hand to cast the only dissenting vote to the resolution calling on the Chinese Communists to withdraw troops from Korea. Lake Success, New York, December 1950.   (National Archives)
Jacob A. Malik, representative on the Soviet Union on the United Nations Security Council, raises his hand to cast the only dissenting vote to the resolution calling on the Chinese Communists to withdraw troops from Korea. Lake Success, New York, December 1950.

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